Wednesday, January 03, 2007

3 Amazing Videos

3 great videos that are highly recommended.

The first is from Hidabroot, with a hat tip to HaMikdash. It's called Zero Hour.


The second is a similar type of movie made by various Kiruv organizations with more of a focus on the End of Days. It's called The Last War. Hat tip to R' Lazer Brody.


The third has to do with the connection of the Statue of Liberty with the Ge'ula. Hat tip to Hashem1.net.

4 Comments:

At Thu Jan 04, 12:52:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the movies.

The truth is the truth. We cannot give away the Land, because it is not ours. But Rav Ovadia said differently.

The truth is the truth. Ya'akov Natan engaged in some silly things, but this scoop is truth. May he be blessed in the way of the Truth.

 
At Thu Jan 04, 02:31:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did we say thanks to HaKadosh Baruch Hu, when He fought the wars? Will we say Slicha because we gave away His Land? We will say thanks and we will say Slicha. We will be forced.

 
At Thu Jan 04, 11:13:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice videos, well made. What disturbs me, though:

True, one can argue that the Mesora has it that in the End Of Times "we" will fight the Almighty. But it is quite incorrect to say this while displaying headlines against Haredim. Do the Haredim not fight HaShem? Do they not reject the truth? Perhaps the Hilonim reject the rejection of the truth by Baredim (in their eyes) more than they reject HaShem? What does the Mishna say about the Va'ad Hachamim? Would the Mishna refer to Aharon Barak, or the government? Or would it refer to the Rabbanim?

Look at the facts: One can have a good laugh about leftists and unbelievers trying to achieve peace through "peace" agreements. But no matter how hard we laugh, one of the leaders pushing very hard towards "peace" talks was Rav Ovadia. And he was not alone. The expulsion from Gush Katif was enabled by Rav Elyashiv. We can only cry. Cry out to Shamayim.

 
At Sun Feb 25, 02:47:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The first video says that Omar conquered Jerusalem in the year 648, after a ten-year war. This is not true. The ten-year war ended in 638. Too bad - in its context it is a serious and misleading mistake.

 

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